After eighteen years, the bold, but controversial spiritual leader Matthew Fox has updated his autobiography, Confessions.
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We must get past our outdated, limiting and formulaic associations with religion, spirituality and faith so that we can move forward with a renewed hope of spiritual and religious progress.
Religious leaders interested in maintaining a vibrant flock would do well to adapt their message to this snowballing trend of globalization, which they cannot fight.
As a nation characterized by a high percentage of Americans who identify themselves as religious, one might assume that we would witness less signs of spiritual immaturity than we are experiencing lately.
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